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  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
USC Catalogue 2017-2018

Electrical Engineering (Multimedia and Creative Technologies) (MS)


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Students may earn a specialization in multimedia and creative technologies by completing the general
requirements for the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and the following additional requirements:

Approved Courses for the Multimedia Specialization

Course in Information Technology


Additional Requirements


  • Students may replace courses in the above list with a combined maximum of multimedia-related EE 599  or CSCI 599 Special Topics  courses in their programs. Every course requires prior approval from the faculty adviser, recorded each semester on the plan of study form.
  • Students may include a maximum of 6 units of EE 590 Directed Research  in their programs. Before registering for these units, the faculty adviser must approve a written description of the intended multimedia research project signed by the faculty member who will supervise the student.
  • Students entering this program are expected to have already completed, either at USC or at another institution, formal course work equivalent to USC course EE 364  Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Electrical Engineering. If an approved course has either EE 441  or EE 464 as a prerequisite, then the student must first take and pass the placement examination that is given each semester for either EE 441  or EE 464 before taking the approved course. Information about placement exams can be found at ee.usc.edu.
  • Although not required, students should be proficient in C or C++ programming, at the level taught in CSCI 455 .
  • Although not required, ITP 411 Multimedia and Video Production  (3 units) will provide the student with hands-on experience in using multimedia application tools. This will help the student prepare a portfolio, which is expected by the industry from students who major in a multimedia program.

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